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Hearts Of Oak Head Coach Samuel Boadu States Desire To Remain Despite Opposition From Board Members

Despite not having the support of all board members, Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has expressed his wish to stay and carry on doing great things for the team. Earlier this week, board member Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe expressed worries about Boadu and his technical staff as they got ready to play in Africa for the second straight season courtesy to the MTN FA Cup in the recently concluded season.

"I firmly doubt the technical team's ability to perform successfully in Africa. Since Hearts of Oak is a significant club, Attiquayefio should always be in charge. I do not think the existing technical staff can get us very far," he told Angel FM in Accra. Hearts, who took home the Triple Crown last year, lost in Africa.

In the CAF Champions League, Wydad destroyed them 6-2 on aggregate, and in the Confederation Cup, JS Saoura defeated them 4-2 on aggregate. Boadu's failure to successfully defend the league championship as Hearts ended sixth has made things worse, but the coach is unconcerned.

"I am an employee of Hearts of Oak. There will be intermittent pressure when you lose a game. In an interview with Asempa FM, the 36-year-old added, "We are always learning from our mistakes. September 2023 is when his contract is scheduled to end.

Boadu has won five trophies in his 15 months with Hearts, including the Ghana Premier League championship, two FA Cups, the Super Cup, and the President's Cup.


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